Trunk of Podocarpus nubigenus in open, old montane forest.
This is characterized by broad, rounded, thick, flat, minutely cracked, pale milky-greenish lobes; pale to deep yellow medulla and pseudocyphellae on undersurface (especially in lines just under the margins); apothecia common. The surface is generally marked with marbled to extensive whitish maculae. There is considerable variation in the texture of the lobe surfaces: from conspicuously areolate-scabrid to minutely pubescent to almost smooth except at the lobe tips.
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Created: 2009-04-17 18:10:09 JST (+0900)
Last modified: 2009-04-17 18:10:09 JST (+0900)
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